tattoo culture

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I would generally discourage it bc it’s associated with divinity. Unless you’re getting it done by someone who knows what they’re doing in terms of Chinese tattooing culture (or lack thereof tbh), I wouldn’t. A tattooed image of a dragon has it’s own life and if not done properly it’s believed you are going to anger the dragon and bring bad luck upon yourself.

You have to understand that dragons are associated with deities or the emperor. They were a symbol of the emperor. There is a reason for that! That’s probably why they’re so popular as tattoos now bc it’s an ~exotic~ symbol of power but that doesn’t mean ppl should be getting it tattooed!!

-Mae

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GENE COFFEY 
Brooklyn, New York / Traveling 
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facebook.com/pages/Tattoo-Culture/160568464335 
Instagram @mrcoffeybean 
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